Khadra Mohamed, PA-C, obtained her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Michigan State University. She then pursued training as an ultrasound technologist, which enabled her to become a Registered diagnostic medical sonographer with multiple subspecialties. Over the last ten years, Khadra has worked in various health centers across the United States before attending Western Michigan University. She graduated with a Master of Science in Medicine as a Physician Assistant and is board-certified with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Khadra joined the Digestive Health Institute team in 2023.